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  1. #1 laws of nature, universe, and the greatest problem ever 
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    This is sort of a philosoohical problem. Given the known laws of physics, it is possible for the universe to come out of a quantum flutuation. Most scienctist will say it comes out of nothing(Well, that is not really true, of course). My question is perhaps the more fundemental question every posted. It is in my opinion the greatest philosophical problem in the theory of knowledge/science is this: Where did the laws of nature come from. It is tricky, because laws themselves are in some ways generalizations of nature. All any physics theoies every does is make genealizations within the universe. Does it make sense to apply those generalizations within the universe to the orgin of the big bang itself? or 'before' the big bang?


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    you know i enjoy more than one forum, i particularly like this one. if there is a single solution to the dilemma posed by so many questions in so many forums it would be. DROP THE BIG BANG, and repose your thought.
    the apparent overall acceptance to the BBT to any other seems the epitome to social structuring.

    the laws of nature and my understanding (not much) of the laws of physics are shown just fine w/o BB and acceptance that all is what its
    been, through out what we can observe in the universe.

    i am not sure what your question might be, but some how i get the feeling your question directly pertain to BB.


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